Define validating life
A process associated with the collection and production of intelligence that confirms that an intelligence collection or production requirement is sufficiently important to justify the dedication of intelligence resources, does not duplicate an existing requirement, and has not been previously satisfied.2.
In computer modeling and simulation, the process of determining the degree to which a model or simulation is an accurate representation of the real world from the perspective of the intended uses of the model or simulation.3.
Execution procedure used by combatant command components, supporting combatant commanders, and providing organizations to confirm to the supported commander and US Transportation Command that all the information records in a time-phased force and deployment data not only are error free for automation purposes, but also accurately reflect the current status, attributes, and availability of units and requirements.
Unit readiness, movementdates, passengers, and cargo details should be confirmed with theunit before validation occurs.
See also independent review; time-phased force and deployment data; verification.
Input validation should be applied on both syntactical and semantic level.Syntactic validation should enforce correct syntax of structured fields (e.g.SSN, date, currency symbol) while semantic validation should enforce correctness of their values in the specific business context (e.g.start date is before end date, price is within expected range).It is always recommended to prevent attacks as early as possible in the processing of the user’s (attacker's) request.